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Title: A students’ records management information systems in a secondary school case study: Crested Secondary School (CSS).
Authors: Nabaasa, Monic
Mbabazi, Elizabeth
Keywords: Records management information systems.
Secondary schools
Crested Secondary School (CSS).
Issue Date: May- 210
Publisher: Kampala International University
Abstract: All in all, the study is focusing on the development of a students’ records management information system for the secondary schools while using crested SS as the case study. A students’ records management information system for the secondary schools, shall be able to track personal record of students, ease searching and updates of students records and provide better security and control over information. The system will ensure that the information is well kept and consistent. A database management system (DBMS) consists of software that organizes the storage of data. A DBMS controls the creation, maintenance, and use of the database storage structures of social organizations and of their users. The major objective of this study is to develop a model database management system for school. Specific objectives include to gather requirements that is needed in the new system, to develop a prototype that provide a firmly information and reduce the risk or likely hood of losing important data in the school, to test and validate the prototype that evaluates the system functionality. Both primary and secondary methods of data collection will be used in which case; focus interviews, and observations were employed.
Description: A project report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree of bachelors in Information Technology of Kampala International University.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/5696
Appears in Collections:Bachelor’s Degree in Information Technology (BIT)

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